Answer: It's very difficult to describe in words what seedlings look like. A local library or garden center may have the book "Park's Success with Seeds", by Ann Reilly, which has photos of seedlings. What a great resource! Another option is to find someone who has started flowers from seed before -- a garden center employee, neighboring gardener, or Master Gardener -- to help you identify your flower seedlings. This is another great reason to start seeds early indoors -- you get to know what the tiny plantlets look like. You can reach a Master Gardener at your county agricultural extension office (ph# 606/885-4811). Best of luck!
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